2013

New in the Museum Shop: Elk jewelry and accessories+

All the way from Melbourne, Australia, come these gorgeous statement necklace handmade from carved wooden leaves. It’s by Elk, a...

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Miguel Tobias on his favorite work of art+

Miguel Tobias is our mail master, and all-around go-to guy. When he’s not helping the museum run smoothly, you might...

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Making ‘cake’ with a Dutchman+

One of the issues that the new shunga exhibition Tongue in Cheek: Erotic Art in 19th-Century Japan looks at is...

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Students get in the ‘flow’ at first Soundshop music education program+

The museum held its first half-day workshop on the aural arts last Tuesday, when the group Super Groupers taught 33...

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Our Calder is back from Korea+

Our Alexander Calder piece Object With Yellow Background is back home. It returned last month after being included in the...

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Jared Stone wins the museum three design awards+

On Oct. 26 the Honolulu chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, held its awards ceremony for its biannual...

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Remembering Karin Higa+

The museum is saddened to learn of the passing of curator Karin Higa on Tuesday. It was an honor and...

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Bundit Kanisthakhon and Kirk Malanchuk up for award for their design of our new parking attendant booth+

In August the museum’s new parking attendant booth opened for operation in the lot behind the art school on Victoria...

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Staff picks: Garry Ka‘aihue’s favorite work of art+

Garry Ka‘aihue, our Spalding House facilities manager, knows the structure and its grounds as intimately as it’s possible to know...

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Gideon Gerlt starts his ‘Neural Net’ installation at Spalding House+

This past Saturday, new Orvis Artist in Residence Gideon Gerlt made multiple trips to Spalding House on his moped, hauling...

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